NIMBioS Interview with Dr. Anita Layton, Duke Univ.
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NIMBioS Interview with Dr. Anita Layton, Duke Univ.

 

Dr. Anita Layton, an assistant professor of mathematics at Duke University, explains how mathematics is useful in understanding how the kidney works. Dr. Layton co-organized the NIMBioS Investigative Workshop on Modeling Renal Hemodynamics. (7 min 4 sec) Nov 9, 2011

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